Consultancy Services

A Growth Sector

As an experienced practitioner in the consultant services field you will be aware of its growth and refinement in recent years. Individuals employed in this sector tend to have dual qualifications or specialist knowledge of a particular product.

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Maxim Recruitment clients in the consulting sector have developed specialist areas of their business in the UK and internationally to offer their customers the very best construction advice and consultancy.

Defining Consultancy Services in the Construction Sector

Consulting Services include:

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Industry News

41% of architects now using AI – 36% see it as a threat

Research by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) reveals that 41% of UK architects are already using artificial intelligence to some extent.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 29 February, 11:27

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Stantec to design Tata’s £4bn battery factory

Agratas, Tata Group’s battery business, has appointed Stantec to design the £4bn gigafactory that it is planning in Somerset.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 29 February, 11:13

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Surplus material to be kept from landfill by Wolverhampton Reuse Hub

A builders’ surplus store is set to open in Wolverhampton later this year to keep over-supplies out of landfill.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 29 February, 08:35

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Explore enters rail plant market

Explore Plant & Transport Solutions has set up a new division to supply rail contractors with road-rail vehicles (RRVs).

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 29 February, 07:50

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Mace JV to manage $16bn New York tunnel project

A joint venture of Mace, Parsons and Arcadis has been appointed to manage the construction of a £13bn tunnel project in the USA.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 29 February, 07:36

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